WOO, working with Dyfed-Powys Police and other agencies, tries to keep you well informed about any crime in your area, highlighting issues that affect you and making it easy to report.
We try to explain how crime works, and how to protect yourself.
The UK as a whole has seen many changes to the type and way that crime is committed, we are now seeing more knife crime, acid attacks, car-jacking, mugging style theft by youths riding on scooters, car theft using advanced technology, Agricultural thefts, online frauds and scamming.
But there are many other crimnes that are happening right under our noses, abuse, forced labour, hate and race crimes, and driving whilst under influence or drink or drugs, and unfortunately even acts of terrorism. We must be contantly on the look-out, know how to spot the signs, and know how and to who to report them to.
Families are desperate to find their loved ones. Can you help the Police find them?
Did you witness?
Have you any camera footage?
Can you help with information?
Can you help the Police with information on local thefts or events?
Urgent requests for Children currently at risk
The Police are eager to locate the following people.
Is Terrorism on your doorstep?
It can be!
Have you spotted something strange in your neighbourhood?
Have you overheard something?
Are gangs assembling in your area? Drinking? Taking Drugs? Causing noise and damage?
Current fraud and scam Alerts that could affect you and take all your money.
How to spot and report them.
When we hear the words 'Slavery' or 'Forced Labour' our minds go to the third world countries, yet this is happening right on our doorstep and we need to stop it.
If you suspect forced labour maybe happening, report it and let the Police investigate.
The theft of energy either at a small residential house or on a commercial scale increases the cost of power for everyone.
If you know of anyone illegally using gas supplies or electrical power then you must report them.
Are 'Street Racers' dangerously using your roads as a race track?
Are they making a unecessary noise with loud music or modified exhausts?
The fear of Cornavirus played into the hands on scammers. Many have lost their life savings through scams and online fraud.
Car theives no longer break into your car, instead they often let you open them up for them. This video shows some of the tricks they are using.
Credit to: BRIGHT SIDE
The UK's 999 Emergency system is very busy and often overstretched.
For non life threatening problems dial 101 or contact one of the agencies below.
Find out what 'County Lines' mean and how to spot the crime in your area
'Do I have to give my name?',
'I dont want them to know it was me!',
'They nmight find out I said something!'
'I dont want to go to court'.
Find out how Crimestoppers works and put your mind at rest!
Only information is taken and recorded, not your name, not your phone number, not even what sex you are.